Avid hunter and disabled archer Ashlee Lundvall, went to the Industry Day at the Range for the 2017 SHOT Show at the Boulder City Rifle and Pistol Club just outside Las Vegas and got to evaluate the innovative Ravin Crossbow.
Being disabled has never stopped Ashlee Lundvall so when her husband bought her a new Parker Concorde Crossbow she knew the hair was going to fly.
There are no strings or limbs, and the full length, hollow arrows fit over a metal cylinder at the end of the barrel, above a reservoir of compressed air. The Airbow is 33.5″ in length and just 2″ wide, so it is easy to handle and feels good in your hands.
Turkey Tracks was founded in 2009 by Eric Corey and his parents, Doug and Carol Corey. Eric was an avid outdoorsmen and hunter when he was diagnosed with ALS when he was just sixteen years old. Turkey Tracks hosted their inaugural hunt in rural, Northern Indiana and Ashlee was asked to join in.
After a paralyzing ranching accident at 16, Ashlee Lundvall had to learn to redefine her life. When you want something bad enough, you find a way to make it happen. It isn’t always pretty, and it’s rarely ever easy, but you get it done. Ashlee did.